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Police searching for missing Niagara Falls man <b>(Update: located)</b>

Police searching for missing Niagara Falls man (Update: located)

He has been located
Border delays expected if travel levels rise: union

Border delays expected if travel levels rise: union

Union says Canada Border Services Agency needs thousands more officers to fulfil its mandate
Hazardous material leak at factory sends 23 to hospital

Hazardous material leak at factory sends 23 to hospital

Contractors working on equipment at THK Rhythm Automotive plant in St. Catharines were exposed to a vapour cloud of hydrochloric acid
Friends of the Beaverdams Church to hold 'Applefest' on Saturday

Friends of the Beaverdams Church to hold 'Applefest' on Saturday

A limited number of apple pies and butter tarts will be for sale, as well as local crafts and bags of apples; Money raised will go to the continued restoration of Beaverdams Church
Niagara sex offender will stay behind bars indefinitely

Niagara sex offender will stay behind bars indefinitely

Ontario's top court has dismissed appeal filed by Kevin Kohl, a Port Colborne man who was declared a dangerous offender three years ago
MEET YOUR CANDIDATE: The retiree who wants to be Thorold's voice

MEET YOUR CANDIDATE: The retiree who wants to be Thorold's voice

Daryl Wilkinson hopes to bring a fresh perspective to regional politics; 'I don’t think we’re being represented at the regional level to get the stuff that we need'
Municipal election date clashes with Diwali festival

Municipal election date clashes with Diwali festival

Some Ontarians who celebrate Diwali are criticizing the fact that the province's municipal elections fall during the South Asian holiday, which many liken to Christmas
Good morning, Thorold!

Good morning, Thorold!

Here's a look at the current local weather and gas prices
Fire crews respond to smoke at old Dana plant

Fire crews respond to smoke at old Dana plant

Fire trucks were called to the scene after concerned residents reported smoke coming from former auto-parts factory; fire was quickly extinguished and no injuries reported
ONTARIO: Pandemic spurred exodus of Ontario family doctors, study indicates

ONTARIO: Pandemic spurred exodus of Ontario family doctors, study indicates

New research shows that 385 family doctors across the province stopped practising between March and September 2020, leaving approximately 170,000 patients without access to primary care